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[texts]Eustace Mullins - Eustace Mullins
Here is an archive of Eustace Mullins' books. The above video is a talk by him. Perhaps Mullins' most important book is "Secrets of the Federal Reserve". In it, Mullins argued that there was a conspiracy among Paul Warburg, Edward Mandell House, Woodrow Wilson, J.P. Morgan, Benjamin Strong, Otto Kahn, the Rockefeller family, the Rothschild family, and other European and American bankers which resulted in the founding of the U.S...
Keywords: Eustace Mullins; Ezra Pound; Secrets of the Federal Reserve; The World Order; The Curse of Canaan; Murder by Injection; The Rape of Justice
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[movies]Alternative Views #478: FED UP - Frank Morrow
478. FED UP With economist Jack Hopper we review two books on the Federal Reserve, as we provide a close-up of this secretive and powerful organization. The books are "Secrets of the Temple," by William Greider, and "The Secrets of the Federal Reserve," by Eustace Mullins. The books show the history and incredible, unchecked power of the Fed to control the US economy, to effect the outcome of presidential elections, and to wreak havoc on the American people while enriching the wealth of the powe...
Keywords: Alternative Views; Alternative Information Network; progressive media; alternative media; public access television; Frank Morrow; Doug Kellner; Austin Community Television; Federal Reserve; Jack Hopper; power structure; economy; president; election; wealth; Secrets of the Temple; William Greider; The Secrets of the Federal Reserve; Eustace Mullins
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